Due for a COVID-19 Vaccine?
Ma Mawi Wi Chi Itata’s Outreach Team is available to support you through the process (help with booking, transportation, etc.). Call us at 204-955-6551

COVID-19 Testing Support
The Urban Indigenous Testing Site at 445 King Street will remain open until the end of May 2022. Visit www.mamawi.com/rts for more information and full list of hours.


Questions about the vaccine?

Ma Mawi Wi Chi Itata has partnered with ScienceUpFirst and local Indigenous Health Professionals to answer all our questions about COVID-19 and the vaccines!

  • Dr. Ryan Giroux, Metis Nation of Alberta, Pediatrician, St. Michael’s Hospital
  • Dr. Marcia Anderson, Cree-Anishinaabe doctor in Indigenous health, public health & general internal medicine.
  • Dr. Lisa Monkman, Anishinaabe, member of Lake MB First Nation, Family Physician, Dauphin Medical Clinic, 
  • Ed Azure, Knowledge Keeper, University of Manitoba
  • Hosted by Niigaan Sinclair, Anishinaabe (St. Peter’s/Little Peguis) and an Assistant Professor at the University of Manitoba

About the Project

With the support of the Immunization Partnership Fund, Ma Mawi Wi Chi Itata Centre has launched the Protecting Our Future campaign. This initiative takes a community-driven grassroots approach to address vaccine hesitancy within the urban Indigenous community by providing accessible, culturally relevant, and science-backed information to community in a safe and trusting way. The campaign is guided by the urban Indigenous community through consultations with community members, community service providers, Indigenous health professionals, Elders and Knowledge Keepers, and Ma Mawi Wi Chi Itata frontline staff. 

For more information contact the program coordinator:
Allyssa Shrupka, Communications & Event Coordinator